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Importing Personal Property Into
Chad
HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PERSONAL EFFECTS

CUSTOMS REGULATIONS AND REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

Customs Regulations:
Used household goods and personal effects are duty free provided goods have been owned and used by the
customer for a minimum of six months and customer has lived abroad for at least one year. Items can not
be sold, lent or otherwise disposed of during stay in Chad. Once all documents are cleared a certificate of
free entry will be issued by the head Customs Office.
Non-Diplomats are subject to a 2% “taxe statistique” + 20% VAT.
Sea shipments: all documents must be provided to Destination Agent 2 weeks before arrival of the
shipment into Douala (Cameroon) port in order to organize transit formalities and apply for the duty free
clearance prior to arrival of the shipment.
Air shipments: copies of all documents must be sent via e-mail to Destination Agent 1 week before
arrival of the shipment.
Required Documents:
 Passport - copy, must show last entry stamp  Residence Visa/ Work Permit or Letter of Employment from employer in Chad attesting to work contract, include date of hire, position, length of contract and other details as appropriate  Certificate of Change of Residence – (certificate de demenagement) obtained from city hall /  Electronic Cargo Tracking Note (ECTN) – must be listed on the BL and manifest & submitted to the Destination Agent after vessel departs from port of loading  Bill of Lading/Air Waybill – original, Express Releases not accepted  Packing list  Comprehensive Valued Inventory – in French, all electronics, computers etc must state make, model & serial numbers on the inventory, dated & signed by owner  Power of Attorney – giving authority for Destination Agent to arrange customs clearance  Letter of Transfer - from employer  “Attestation Reservation de cale”  Non Sale Certificate – attesting that goods are for personal use and will not be sold, dated and
Diplomat Status:
Foreign diplomats, members of government or international organizations are granted tax and duty free
entry of their personal effects and household
Required Documents:

 Diplomatic Franchise  Passport copy  Comprehensive inventory – all high-tech equipment, computers, electronics, stereos etc must state  Power of Attorney – giving authority for Destination Agent to arrange customs clearance Updated 20 June 2013 Copyright 2013 Atlas International RESTRICTED/DUTIABLE ITEMS
 Computers – subject to import tax and duty  Firearms – require a license to carry otherwise prohibited  Electronics/appliances – less than 6 months old require invoices/receipts; subject to tax and duty  Furniture – subject to tax and duty  Alcohol – allowed 19 bottles, duty free; should be sent separately and stated as “fond de cave”  Tobacco – PROHIBITED ITEMS
 Narcotics/illegal drugs of any kind  Pornography, obscene media of any kind and subversive/defamatory material  Explosives, ammunitions and weapons of any kind without authorization from territorial IMPORTATION OF PETS

Required Documents:
 Certificate of Vaccination – including rabies  Health Certificate - attesting to overall health and verifying current vaccinations; written no more than 14 days prior to arrival, by a Veterinarian at origin IMPORTATION OF VEHICLES
New vehicles are subject to duty whereas used vehicles are exempt from duty. Import tax depends on value, model, year, cubic centimeters and accessories; approximately 61% of CIF. The OBL must state Chassis Number Engine number, Cubic Capacity, year of manufacture, brand and model. NOTE: THE IMPORTATION OF CARS OLDER THAN 3 YEARS IS FORBIDDEN. Required Documents:
 Certificate of Title and Registration - must be original  Commercial/Purchase Invoice – must be original  Drivers License & International Insurance Policy (green card)  Import License – new cars only  Non Sale Certificate
NOTES:
Entry & Exit Requirements:
A visa is required. Proof of yellow vaccination is required if entering from
a country with high risk. Visitors and temporary residents must check in with the National Police and
obtain a registration stamp with 72 hours of arrival.
In some places you may be taken in for questioning if you don’t have your passport with you. One is
advised to travel throughout Chad with a copy of their passport at all times.
Safety & Security: Currently the Department State warns U.S. citizens of the risks of traveling to &
residing in Chad due to high levels of violent crime, the continuing risk of clashes between Chadian
government and rebel forces, and the constant risk of sudden outbreak of conflict among the populations
living in these areas. U.S. citizen residing in Chad should exercise extreme caution throughout the
country. Travel to eastern Chad, the Chad/Sudan border area, and the Chad/Central African Republic
border area should be avoided. The U.S. Embassy in Chad prohibits official government travel to eastern
Updated 20 June 2013 Copyright 2013 Atlas International Chad without authorization. U.S. citizens affiliated with humanitarian relief efforts should review security
precautions and consider measures to mitigate exposure to violent crime. Travelers to northern Cameroon
should contact the U.S. Embassy’s Regional Security Officer in N'Djamena prior to crossing the
Chad/Cameroon border because of a high incidence of road attacks there.
US citizens are encouraged to enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program, to stay current with the
latest safety and security announcements dispersed by the Embassy in your area. Your enrollment can also
help the Department of State reach your family and friends in case of emergency.
Crime:
Violent crime against expatriates is a growing concern, especially in the eastern parts of the
country. Car jacking, burglary, and vehicle thefts increase during times of political instability. Armed
robbers target expatriate residences.
There is no local equivalent to the “911” emergency line in Chad. For emergency assistance, call the
embassy emergency after-hours telephone: (235) 6662 2100.

The U.S. does not have an agreement with Chad requiring notification of the U.S. Embassy your arrest. If
you are arrested in Chad, you should use whatever means of communication available to alert the closest
U.S. Embassy or consulate of your situation.
Health: The risk of contracting Malaria is high throughout the country the Plasmodium falciparum strain;
predominant in Chad is resistant to most anti malarial drugs. The CDC recommends mefloquine
(Lariam™), doxycycline, or atovaquone/proguanil (Malarone™). Tuberculosis is an increasingly
serious health concern in Chad. Meningitis, cholera, diphtheria and typhoid periodically appear and
vaccination is recommended. Hepatitis A and E are widespread in the region (especially in the north and
east of Chad). Acute jaundice syndrome (AJS) can occur and the Hepatitis E virus has been confirmed.
HIV/AIDS is prevalent and has risen sharply in recent years; up to 25% in some areas.
Special Circumstances:
All photography requires a government permit. Taking photos of military sites,
official buildings, and airports is strictly prohibited, even with a permit. Such sites are not always clearly
marked. Film and cameras may be confiscated, often by undercover police.
Fumigation of Wood Packing Materials:
As of this posting Chad does not impose ISPM15 regulations
for wood packaging material (WPM).
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS:

AGS Frasers: N’Djamena, Chad
Embassy of Chad: http://chadembassy.us/
US Embassy in Chad: Avenue Felix Eboue, N’Djamena
Department of State: http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/cis/cis_1086.html
Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) https://travelregistration.state.gov/ibrs/ui/
Antaser Afrique (application for ECTN – http://www.antaser.com/index.jsp
USDA: www.aphis.usda.gov
IATA Travel Centre
The information presented herein his based on customs data available at the time of printing and is frequently subject
to change without notice. It is the responsibility of the owner or importer of the household goods to comply with the
current customs restrictions, regulations, and duties of the country to which the goods are imported. We strongly advise
customers to contact the consulate or embassy of the destination country for the most current information on customs
regulations, restrictions and duties for importing household goods, personal effects and vehicles.

Updated 20 June 2013 Copyright 2013 Atlas International

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